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(2007 TV Movie)

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Joseph Mawle (Harry Harville) and Tobias Menzies (William Elliot) would later go on to play the parts of Benjen Stark and Edmure Tully in HBO's Game of Thrones. Their respective on-screen siblings Eddard and Catelyn were married.
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The sheer, dotted muslin gown worn by Jennifer Higham (Louisa Musgrove) at Uppercross is the same gown previously worn by Kate Winslet (Marianne Dashwood) in Sense and Sensibility (1995) during the lawn bowling scene at Barton Park, and by Amelia Warner (Fanny Price, age 17) in Mansfield Park (1999). The same costume was later worn by Charity Wakefield (Marianne Dashwood) in Sense & Sensibility (2008) at Norland Park.
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The green striped gown with velvet Spencer jacket Julia Davis (Elizabeth Elliot) wears at Kellynch Hall is the same costume Anna Chancellor (Caroline Bingley) wears at Netherfield Hall in Pride and Prejudice (1995). However, the bottom portion of the gown, cut on the bias, has been removed for the later film. This gown also appears in Vanity Fair (1998) worn by Vicki Pepperdine (Ann Dobbin) in the park scenes, and by an extra at the London party where Annabella Milbanke meets Byron in Byron (2003). The Spencer also appears, without the striped gown, in Little Dorrit (2008), worn by Emma Pierson as Fanny Dorrit.
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The teal pelisse worn by an extra in the Assembly Rooms is the same costume worn by Natasha Little (Becky Sharp) at Mr. Raggles' flat in Vanity Fair (1998), Rosie Hammond when she arrives at Kentchurch Court in The Regency House Party (2004), a guest at the London party in Byron (2003), and a guest at the christening in Miss Austen Regrets (2008).
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The blue gown worn by Amanda Hale during the scene in which Mary and Charles Musgrove arrive at Camden Place in Bath is the same costume Abigail Thaw (Jane Osborne) wears at dinner in Vanity Fair (1998). The same costume was also previously worn by Polly Walker as Jane Fairfax in the film Emma (1996) during the wedding scene at the end, and by Tanya Samuel in The Regency House Party (2004).
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The heather Spencer jacket with crushed velvet collar Sally Hawkins wears as Anne Elliot is the same costume Lisa Braund wears in The Regency House Party (2004), and Polly Maberly (Kitty Bennet) wears in Pride and Prejudice (1995) as Kitty Bennet.
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The white windowpane-check gown worn by Rosamund Stephen (Henrietta Musgrove) during the long walk to Winthrop is the same gown previously worn by Honeysuckle Weeks (Alice Cottisloe) in Victoria Wood: With All the Trimmings (2000), in Sense and Sensibility (1995) by Emma Thompson (Elinor Dashwood), in The Regency House Party (2004) by Victoria Hopkins, by an extra at the London party where Annabella Milbanke meets Byron in Byron (2003), and in Mansfield Park (2007) by Billie Piper (Fanny Price).
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The green linen coat with pink flowers at the waist Amanda Hale (Mary Musgrove) wears on the long walk to Winthrop is the same costume Lucy Davis (Maria Lucas) wears leaving Hunsford in Pride and Prejudice (1995), Daisy Haggard (Anne Steele) wears in London in Sense & Sensibility (2008), and Morven Christie (Jane Bennet) wears at Longbourn in Lost in Austen (2008).
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The black silk dress with red, orange, and blue vertical lines woven into the fabric worn by an extra in the Pump Room when Anne talks with Mr. Elliot is the same costume Barbara Leigh-Hunt (Lady Catherine de Bourgh) wears at Rosings in Pride and Prejudice (1995), and Rosemary Enright wears to dinner in The Regency House Party (2004).
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The green and white striped Spencer with scalloped sleeves worn by Sally Hawkins is the same one worn by Susannah Harker (Jane Bennet) in Pride and Prejudice (1995).
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The sage-green Spencer jacket Sally Hawkins wears as Anne Elliot in the film's final scene is the same garment Amanda Root wears as Anne Elliot in the street in Bath in Screen Two: Persuasion (1995). The jacket is also worn by an extra at the salon in Byron (2003).
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The green velvet Spencer vest Sally Hawkins (Anne Elliot) wears to the concert at the Bath Assembly Rooms is the same one Kate Winslet (Marianne Dashwood) wears walking in the rain at Cleveland in Sense and Sensibility (1995), and Elizabeth Berrington (Charlotte) wears in Quills (2000).
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The cream silk gown with sheer black sleeves Julia Davis (Elizabeth Elliot) wears at Kellynch Hall is the same costume Camilla Power (Lady Caroline Lamb) wears at the ball in Byron (2003).
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The red, long-sleeved gown with accordion-pleat trim on the over-sleeves worn by an extra in the Pump Room when Anne talks with Mr. Elliot is the same costume worn by Lady Willoughby when she meets Lady Russell in the Pump Room in Screen Two: Persuasion (1995), by an extra in the square at the end of Goya's Ghosts (2006), and by the dance teacher during the fan-language lesson in The Regency House Party (2004).
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The tan and brown print satin pelisse worn by Marion Bailey (Mrs. Croft) in Bath is the same costume worn by Anna Chancellor (Mrs. Peake) when she comes to the Worrall's house in Princess Caraboo (1994), by Sheila Gish (Mrs. Norris) to Maria's wedding in Mansfield Park (1999), by an extra during the French invasion in Goya's Ghosts (2006), and by an extra in the first church scene in Miss Austen Regrets (2008).
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The straw bonnet with ivory and blue satin trimmings worn by Jennifer Higham (Louisa Musgrove) is the same one worn by Samantha Morton (Harriet Smith) in Emma (1996).
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The white gown with black polka dots worn by Rosamund Stephen (Henrietta Musgrove) is the same costume worn by Susannah Harker (Jane Bennet) in Pride and Prejudice (1995), Olivia Williams (Jane Fairfax) in Emma (1996), and Tanya Samuel in The Regency House Party (2004).
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The green velvet Spencer worn by an extra in the Assembly Rooms is the same costume worn by Natasha Little (Becky Sharp) wears walking with Amelia in Brighton in Vanity Fair (1998).
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